Registration deadline, PE, meal plan changes
Registration for all students is due this Friday, Feb. 7.
Clothing-optionality moratorium instituted in all residence halls
The review of clothing-optionality in residence halls was prompted by recent incidents in East Campus.
Coronavirus travel restrictions impact MIT community
MIT administration is “taking the most conservative approach out of an abundance of caution for our community.”
EC to increase security after recent intruder incidents, overruling prior student vote
Head of House Sandy Alexandre will request tap pads for all EC hall doors except for Bemis/Hayden stairwell doors.
ASA changes operating guidelines
Most changes replace outdated policies or formalize existing procedures.
MIT Democrats endorses Elizabeth Warren for President of the United States
“We need a candidate who has a proven record of enacting structural change and who will fight fearlessly to reform our financial and political systems and save our planet.”
Save a date for ‘The Wedding Singer’
It’s the 1980s. Mullets and Ronald Reagan are trending, New Coke is about to be born, and wedding singer Robbie Hart just got left at the altar.
Rosner’s reactionary recitativo resuscitated
A “fusion of seemingly incongruous elements” is an apt description of Arnold Rosner’s style. Add to that his eschewing of Mozart as laughably overrated and his strong iconoclastic tendencies, and you make a classical music lover want to approach the man’s work with a nine-foot poker.
MIT Figure Skating Club wins five medals at home rink
MIT Figure Skating Club won five medals at the Northeast Intercollegiate Figure Skating Team Competition with the support of a home crowd.